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My Favorite Cheap Wired Earbuds Are on Sale for Just $8

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Maybe the Best Impulse Buy?

Everybody should carry a affordable pair of wired earbuds on their person. Whether it’s for when your AirPods die or when you inevitably forget in-flight entertainment systems don’t support Bluetooth headphones, these cheap beats always come in handy. And because they’re super cheap, you won’t really care if they break or you lose them.

For me, my go-to pair are these Panasonic ErgoFit earbuds. They’re comfortable and cheap, and I’ve owned a few pairs over the years. Amazon is selling them for a few bucks off today, so it’s as good as time as ever to grab a pair or two. So long as your go-to device has a headphone jack, at least.

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Tucker Bowe

Tucker Bowe has been on Gear Patrol’s editorial team since 2014. As a Tech Staff Writer, he tracks everything in the consumer tech space, from headphones to smartphones, wearables to home theater systems. If it lights up or makes noise, he probably covers it.

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Sony’s Noise-Canceling Earbuds Are Cheaper Than Ever

The Sony WF-1000XM3 are the company’s newest wireless earbuds with active noise-cancellation. They normally cost $230, but right now you can get them for $198 on Amazon. It’s the most affordable that they’ve ever been.

The Sony WF-1000XM3 are essentially wireless earbud versions of Sony’s WH-1000XM3 over-ear noise-canceling headphones. They both have the same color palette and utilize the same app, which lets you adjust the EQ of the music as well as toggle with the noise-canceling settings. They also are some of the best-sounding wireless earbuds you can buy.

In my opinion, the Sony WF-1000XM3 sound better and have better noise-canceling abilities than the AirPods Pro. However, they fit differently which some people may or may not like. (For example, I like the fit of both AirPods and AirPods Pro better.)

That said, if you don’t have an iPhone or you don’t like the way the AirPods Pro or regular AirPods fit, are some of the best wireless earbuds out there — are right now they’re at their lowest price ever.

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4 Noise-Canceling Headphones That Are on Sale Now

If you’re looking for a solid pair of wireless noise-canceling headphones, but don’t want to fork over MSRP prices – we’ve got you covered. Below, you’ll find four great deals on some of our favorite noise-canceling headphones by Sony, Bose, Sennheiser and Jabra.

Sony WH-1000XM3

Sony’s flagship noise-canceling headphones typically cost $348, which is what they’re going on Amazon and Sony’s website, however you can get a pretty sweet deal if you shop on eBay. It’s selling new, black or silver models for $270

Bose QuietComfort 35 II

Even though these aren’t Bose’s flagship noise-canceling headphones anymore (that title now belongs to the Headphones 700), the QuietComfort 35 II are excellent and arguably more comfortable and travel-friendly than the above Sony’s. They’re also on sale on eBay.

Sennheiser Momentum Wireless 2

The price is a little bit of a misnomer, here. That’s because Sennheiser just released a newer version of this headphone, the Momentum Wireless 3, and is likley trying to phase out these new-year-old models. That said, these are great-sounding noise-canceling headphones with a great industrial design.

Jabra Elite 85h

Jabra’s noise-canceling headphones have been getting rave reviews online. In his review, David Carnoy of CNET wrote that “The Jabra Elite 85h is a good alternative Bose and Sony noise-canceling models for slightly less money, particularly if you value call quality.” And now Amazon is selling these headphones for an extra $50 off.

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Amazon’s Echo Buds Sound Great But There’s a Catch

One of the star products to be announced at Amazon’s big hardware event today was the Echo Buds ($130), the company’s first true wireless earbuds. Not only do they undercut the cost of most true wireless earbuds, including AirPods, by a ton but Amazon revealed that they’ve partnered with Bose to integrate its noise-reduction technology (which is a little different than its noise-canceling technology) into the Echo Buds. And these earbuds cost just $130.

After the event, I was able to get a little hands-on time with Echo Buds and was even able to listen to two songs (“Trampoline by Shaed” and Bruce Springsteen’s “For You”) and here are my initial impressions.

First and foremost, they sound great, especially for $130 earbuds. It was loud with good mids and strong bass. I’ve tested a boatload of true wireless earbuds in the past two-plus years and these are right in the mix with the better ones.

The noise-reduction ability also seems good at first blush, but I’m not ready to say its perfect just yet. I tested the Echo Buds in a crowded room, and while I could barely hear the noise around me, these earbuds fit really snug, and it’s hard to tell which of these two things was primarily responsible for the effect. Still, there’s plenty to be hopeful for here so far. (It’s also worth noting that, to my understanding, noise-reduction technology isn’t as Bose’s full-fledged noise-cancellation technology.)

But there are a couple of catches. The biggest is that the Echo Buds require you to download and use the Alexa app to get the most out of them, which is at best a hassle. You need the Echo Buds setup properly in your Alexa app to enable the noise-reduction technology and the “Hey Alexa” features, and Amazon still has a ways to go in proving that these added Alexa features will actually be useful. If you don’t want to deal with the app, you can use them as standard Bluetooth buds, but you’ll be missing out on the noise-reduction technology.

They also charge with micro-USB, a style of charger that’s rapidly phased out and can’t deliver the kind of quick charge power that USB-C can. But mostly it’s frustrating you won’t be able to charge your earbuds with the same charger you use with a new laptop, Nintendo Switch or Android phone.

Lastly, the plastic Echo Buds do feel a little bit cheap compared to headphones like Master & Dynamic MW07s or Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless. But at the price point, you can’t really complain too much.

All in all, Amazon’s first buds are certainly impressive, and it’s a real surprise that they’ve got a type of Bose’s noise-canceling tech before Bose’s true wireless buds have even come out. But with Bose is gearing up to release the Bose Noise Cancelling Earbuds 700 in early 2020, it seems more that the headphone maker has plenty more in store for its own product, which will no doubt cost a lot more.

The Echo Buds ($130) are available for pre-order right now, for a ship date of October 30th.

The $200 Headphones That Punch Way Above Their Weight

The headphone industry has reason to be happy in 2019. With Q1 sales of over $5.9 billion, consumer appetite for the personal audio category has never been stronger. Wireless headphones have led the charge, outperforming all other categories with a staggering 40-percent increase in global sales. The news, however, for on-ear and over-gear headphones has not been as rosy with single-digit levels of growth; the silver lining for manufacturers of luxury headphones is that the average sale price has risen to almost $130 pair.

Consumers are buying more expensive headphones from brands like Audeze, Sennheiser, HiFiMan, Grado and Beyerdynamic, but the market remains focused on brands like Sony, Bose and Apple who are commanding significant market share with their wireless IEM products. An outlier in this mix of global brands has been upstart 1More with their affordable Triple-Driver IEMs and Triple-Driver Over-Ear model that made our recent luxury headphones buying guide.

The Triple Driver Over-Ear have been favorably reviewed by every major headphone publication; their overall performance for $200 makes them a tremendous value in a category dominated by similar products that are 2x or 3x the price. Like many brands, 1More manufactures all of its products in China which has made it possible for them to keep their products affordable.

If you want a pair of audiophile-level headphones that works well with your smartphone and doesn’t need a separate headphone amplifier, the Triple-Driver Over-Ear are a great pair of over-ear headphones — especially for the value.

1More has built a pair of travel headphones that are built to last; my personal pair have survived dozens of plane trips and weekly train commutes from New Jersey to New York and Maryland. The Over-Ear have a stainless-steel and leather headband, along with rotating leather cushioned ear cups, that fits comfortably and then folds compactly when you’re done listening to them.

If you have a large head (like myself), the adjustability of the headband is a major plus. The closed-back design makes them a smart choice for commuting and airplane travel; the ear cups achieve an above-average seal so the level of leakage is acceptably low (you don’t want people to hear what you’re listening, too. On the downside, the earcups aren’t replaceable and the size might be an issue for those with large ears.

Detachable headphone cables are more common with more expensive headphones and 1More provides an excellent sounding copper detachable cable with the Over-Ear model; a feature that has saved them on numerous occasions from my less than elegant arm movement. The 52-inch length of the headphone cable is longer than what is supplied by most manufacturers and gives you some slack if your playback device is tucked away. One negative is the absence of an in-line mic and controls on the supplied cable; which is somewhat ironic as 1More includes this feature on their less expensive Triple-Driver IEMs.

The Triple-Driver have three advanced drivers including a 40 mm titanium dynamic driver, ceramic tweeter, and bass reflector. The 32-ohm impedance makes them smartphone-friendly, and while they certainly sound better connected to the new DragonFly Cobalt DAC/Headphone amplifier from AudioQuest, the 1More offer a very balanced sounding presentation that is consistent with most smartphones via their 3.5mm stereo connection.

While not the last word in bass response, the Triple-Driver Over-Ear offer a fairly detailed sounding presentation with a slight bump in the mid-bass. Vocals are clean sounding thanks to a neutral midrange and their overall tonal balance makes them a solid option for most types of music. If you’re looking for analytical sounding studio headphones, the 1More will not be your cup of tea; they are also not as warm sounding as the Master & Dynamic MH40 ($249).

In a market filled with over-achieving audiophile headphones like the HiFiMan Sundara ($349), and sub-$300 wireless earbuds from Sony and Bose, the 1More Triple-Driver Over-Ear headphones offer a lot of performance for only $200.

Sony WF-1000XM3

Can Sony topple the reign of AirPods? We can’t answer that. One thing we do know, however, is that its new WF-1000XM3 wireless earbuds are on par, if not better, than Apple’s ultra-popular option.

Especially in Audio, Sony is a formidable name. No surprise, then, that the company is vying to eclipse Apple’s tight grip of the first place and ascend to the throne as the king of wireless earbuds. Of course, that’s not easy talk. Not only do you have to excel in the sound quality department (which Sony has and, better to put, does), it also has to cobble up a marketing campaign to the level of Apple’s. That’s much harder — the Apple brand has become, by sheer cultural osmosis and consistently great, if decent products, synonymous with undeniable reliance.

Sony has all that to reckon with, but we won’t get into that. The headphones themselves, however, are great, at least on paper. They’re noise-canceling ones, which the AirPods aren’t. They also feature a 0.24-inch driver unit that delivers crisp audio. Plus, they come equipped with DSEE HX to upscale compressed music files, resulting in better audio in theory, though we’ll have to test if the gains are noticeable.

With a battery life enough for you to squeeze six hours of playback on a single charge, the Sony WF-1000XM3 is a modestly designed wireless option for those who care most about sound quality than other gimmicks. And yes, they do come with a charging case, which packs three full charges. They’re a tad bit more expensive than the AirPods, though, at $230. But that’s the price you have to pay for good sound.


Sennheiser GSP 670 Wireless Gaming Headset

Gaming can start off as a hobby that helps you kill time solo or with buddies. Depending on the type of game you’re playing, you can play against a friend side by side. However, when you’re taking the action online, there are ways to have an advantage over other players. First of all, you’re going to need gaming-grade accessories such as keyboards, mice, controllers.

Input lag can mean victory or defeat, so a lot of gamers prefer to use ones with wires. On the other hand, new wireless models are now available that overcome that limitation. One of those is the Sennheiser GSP 670—a wireless gaming headset that promises a lag-free experience.

Exceptional eye and hand coordination is the skill that turns players into winners. Nevertheless, the majority of professionals who have almost flawless records claim that audio is very important. Audio cues help them stay aware of what’s going on in the background as well as communicate with teammates. Wired headsets are commonly used but the cables can actually get in the way. Wireless is the obvious solution, but latency is always the downside.

The Sennheiser GSP 670 on the other hand, is making a bold claim that its wireless headset is virtually lag-free. What makes this possible is the proprietary technology that maintains a low-latency connection between the headphones and the USB dongle. Moreover, the microphone’s noise-canceling system lets you maintain crystal clear communication with your team. A full charge will reportedly offer 20 hours of non-stop usage using Bluetooth. This goes down to about 16 hours using the GSA 70 wireless dongle. With all of these features on the table, $396 is a small price to pay for superior audio performance.

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ASTRO A40 TR + MixAmp TR Wired Headset

Looking for the right audio device entirely depends on what you need it for. Take for example for traveling, which usually needs headphones that have excellent ambient noise reduction. Moreover, models that come with active noise cancellation are on high on the list. Next, users who live an active lifestyle will need ingress protection to keep moisture and dust out. Finally, content creators, streamers, and competitive gamers require accurate audio, which the ASTRO A40 TR + MixAmp TR will gladly deliver.

Just like noise-canceling headphones that frequent travelers use for the long-haul trips, comfort is the key. Gamers, streamers, and content creators normally wear these for long periods of time. There was a time when Turtle Beach was the brand of choice, but Astro is gaining popularity for good reason. This $249.99 set is a complete package that is compatible with the Sony PlayStation 4, Microsoft Xbox One, Mac, and PC. The soft cloth cushions on each ear cup are made of breathable fabric for superior ventilation.

Other than its versatile compatibility, the headphones actually look good. The mix of heavy-duty plastics and metal makes it quite durable. Furthermore, it features ASTRO Audio V2 tuning for exceptional acoustics that offers an immersive experience. Meanwhile, the included microphone is removable and can be attached on either side. The mixamp even features multiple ports and controls, which you can even digitally daisy chain. The large metallic dial knobs allow precise adjustments so you can hear every sound in detail. Finally, the Dolby Digital Surround sound processing makes the ASTRO A40 TR + MixAmp TR a cool combo.

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An Insane 75% Off Deal on Shinola Headphones

Detroit’s beloved Shinola brand makes just about everything shy of cookware. Beautifully designed watches, leather gear, bikes, accessories, and even branded hotels, of all things. They even make headphones, and there’s a mad sale going…

Top 12 Mpow Bluetooth Headphones


ow many hours have you spent trying to release your car keys, pens, and even your smartphone from the imprisonment of your headphone wires? A twist here and a turn there then they’re free again. It’s not the biggest problem, but it’s certainly annoying. This small nuisance doesn’t have to be around anymore. We’re not telling you to give up music  We’re just suggesting you get some quality Mpow Bluetooth headphones instead.

Mpow Bluetooth headphones are a convenient way to listen to your music without the need for inconvenient wires threaded down your plain white t-shirt. It also means you don’t have to throw your headphones in your backpack and tangle all your belongings together.

However, Bluetooth headphones don’t just keep you and your playlist connected. They can attach to your laptop for when you stream Netflix, use Skype, or pair with your smartphone to take important hands-free calls!

To help you men find exceptional Bluetooth headphones, we want to introduce you to Mpow. The Mpow brand has been making some of the best wireless Bluetooth headphones on the market for quite some time now.

We want to show you 12 phenomenal versions to basically prove why you should buy a pair.

Before we get into all that, we’d like to tell you all you need to know about Mpow and the things to look out for when buying their wireless Bluetooth headphones. Take a look.

What’s So Good About The Mpow Bluetooth Headphone Brand?

The Mpow brand is all over the world, with operational headquarters in the likes of London, Berlin, and California. They’re your pal who has the “When I was in Bali…” stories ready for any girl they approach at the bar. They sell their products through various channels including their own flashy website, carefully-chosen retailers, and Amazon.

People are enjoying their products in a little over ten countries currently. We have no doubt that this number will continue to rise in the near future.

Mpow is wizards at creating outstanding electronic devices, from main products to accessories. They’ve taken pride in their market research and they’ve actually listened to their valued customers. They then turn what they hear into what people want to see!

You’ll be pleased to know that Bluetooth headphones are one of their specialties. We’re not just showing you headphones by a group of people from a jack-of-all-trades electrical brand and master of none!

Certain Mpow Bluetooth headphones will win your appreciation. It’s due to their work in other products, like Bluetooth receivers, that their headphones turn out so well. They’re masters at the Bluetooth art seemingly.

Are we being elusive? Don’t worry, all will become clear shortly!

What Are The Main Things To Consider When Buying Mpow Bluetooth Headphones?

Before you choose between the amazing Mpow Bluetooth headphones, we would strongly urge you to consider these two important questions below. To some, they may seem useless and somewhat illogical to even consider answering.

However, whenever we bring stuff up like this in our guides, we do it for a good reason.

Most of the time, the reason has to do with enlightening you on a purchase. We often run into people who buy the wrong product due to not thinking it over first. At Men’s Gear, our job is not just to tell you about these products. Our job truly is to help you find the best product FOR YOU.

Some of the amazing products are great for others, yet maybe not for you personally. That is perfectly fine. However, we do not want to see you waste money on the wrong thing.

That said, check out these questions below, then let us explain ourselves a bit.

Where will you use them?

If you’re getting a pair of their headphones for the commute to work then most of their range could appeal to your tastes. However, if you’re choosing one of their pairs for a specific activity like running or cycling, you will need to hunt down their products that are made for these purposes.

As you’ll discover, we have plenty of options for both types of men, below.

Consider for a second what type of Mpow Bluetooth headphones you need personally. Do not think of the ones that look the coolest. If you’re running more with them, then the earbud types are the best version. If you’re going to be wearing some while soaking in your bathtub, perhaps waterproof versions make sense.

Of course, if you’re a huge gamer…then Mpow Bluetooth headphones are around specifically for this. Why get one pair you don’t need when you can get specific, right? This is a big purchase, as Mpow makes headphones to freaking last. This is why they are so well-liked.

Why not get the best ones for you instead of just the standard pair that looked cool?

What will you pair them with?

If you’re just getting a pair for your smartphone or iPod then there aren’t going to be many obstacles in your way. However, if you also want a pair that’ll hook up to things like smart TVs, game consoles, and some PCs, then you may need to buy a Bluetooth receiver as well.

For a stress-free setup, we recommend also taking a look at the Mpow Bluetooth receivers we mentioned above. Getting one from them means you’ll already know it’ll be compatible with the rest of their products. This may not really be an issue for some people.

However, the standard price for one of their common Bluetooth receivers is typically less than $30.

Bluetooth Headphones Vs Wired – What Are The Trade-offs?

We need to let you in on a secret before we start going into the Bluetooth vs Wired debate. Nearly all of the twelve outstanding Mpow “wireless” headphones below have the ability to transform into “wired” headphones. You simply add the wire that accompanies them upon purchase.

This means you can look at their Bluetooth capability as an extra rather than a classification.

One of the most convenient things about Bluetooth headphones is not the first thing that springs to mind. Bluetooth has been a gift from the Dutch since 1994. That means we’ve had it in use for over 20 years!

When you consider how long it’s been around, most electronic devices have a connection to it. Now consider the fact there are lots of different headphone ports on devices from different manufacturers. The compatibility of Bluetooth headphones significantly outweighs a regularly wired headphone today.

Now on to the more obvious Bluetooth benefit. They don’t have wires! It’s much more convenient really. It takes much less time to get the music started and to get everything packed up as you end your commute to work.

We’re always fair here on Men’s Gear, so we must talk about the good in wired headphones too. Using Bluetooth takes a battery, meaning you’re limited on the amount of time you can listen. Wired options just need to be plugged in usually.

This isn’t a huge issue, however.

It only takes a couple of hours to charge most Mpow Bluetooth headphones. Plus, most of their headphones have a wired option as well. You can always plug in when the battery is low or when you’re perched in front of Netflix and don’t desperately need to be wireless.

1) Mpow 059 Bluetooth Headphones 

The Mpow 059 Bluetooth Headphones kick things off. These headphones come in seven color options, a useful thing from the guys at Mpow. This model has among the most aesthetic options of any other model from the brand.

These headphones have an anti-scratch finish, allowing them to remain sleek and stylish even if your choice of music isn’t.

Bluetooth connectivity works within a ten-meter range while still giving you a crisp sound. This includes smart TVs as well as tablets, laptops, and smartphones. These Mpow Bluetooth headphones offer up to 20 hours of run time with every four-hour charge.

This is one of the longest battery cycles of any set of headphones today.

The ear cushion is made from a memory protein to perfectly cover your ears and prevent sound from escaping. Moreover, the stainless-steel slider will adjust to different head sizes too.

Mpow made this particular model with a built-in microphone and controls. This allows you to take calls and even use when gaming online.

Plus, these Bluetooth headphones can be folded to fit in a portable bag included in your purchase. No more bulky headphones sitting around your neck gathering beads of sweat on a stuffy train.

Mpow recommends taking the earphones off after 1-2 hours to avoid any pain from the tightness of their design, however.

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2) Mpow Thor Bluetooth Headphones

The Mpow Thor Bluetooth Headphones live up to their Godly name. You can sport them in one of three colors, those being black, matte black, and dark blue. They have some similar features to the last pair, such as a memory foam ear pads wrapped in a protein leather.

What differentiates them the most starts with their exceptionally light design. These Mpow Bluetooth headphones weigh in at only 6.56 ounces. This makes them lighter and reduces the pressure of them on your ears and the top of your head.

You may even forget you’re wearing them!

The retractable headband also separates it from the previous pair too. You can tailor its position to help you find the most comfortable way of wearing these Bluetooth headphones.

These headphones have the ability to take hands-free calls when paired up with your smartphone – as long as it’s within ten meters of you. They also come with a convenient carry bag.

Just collapse the headphones easily, slip them in the bag, and shoot out the door.

After every two to three hours of charging you’ll be able to enjoy AC/DC or some of Axl Rose’s work for a solid eight hours. If you need more of your favorite bands then you can plug them into your smartphone and worry about charging later.

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3) Mpow H5 Active Noise Cancelling Headphones

The Mpow H5 Active Noise Cancelling Headphones may have you handing over a little more of your hard-earned cash, but they do excel in some areas. The battery’s performance may be the top reason.

In only a two-hour charge you’ll be able to enjoy guilty music pleasures for a staggering 18 hours!

These are noise-canceling headphones, so they’ll reduce external noises that are interrupting your groove. This comes in handy on airplanes for sure. However, it can’t block out human voices so if your girlfriend is still complaining that you haven’t done the dishes, there’s no hiding place. We sadly can’t help you there.

All the controls for these awesome Mpow Bluetooth headphones are located on the ear cup. This means you don’t need to scramble for your smartphone when someone calls. The Bluetooth connectivity will remain strong without lagging or interruptions within a radius of ten meters.

These headphones can also collapse and fit into a travel-friendly bag that comes complimentary with your purchase!

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4) Mpow [Gen-2] H9 Bluetooth Headphones

The first three Mpow Bluetooth headphones we’ve seen have all had an over the ear design. However, H9 Gen-2 Headphones are a bit different from this. Instead of the enveloping earpads, these headphones sit on your ears. Mpow doesn’t let this detract from their comfort as the pads are made with soft leather and the headband adjusts to your size.

However, Mpow has stated that this design probably isn’t the best for people with larger heads.

The earcups will actually swivel around. This allows you to position them to the exact angle that feels comfortable on your head. They will connect to any device that has working Bluetooth technology and located within ten meters of your cool headphones.

If you still want them to be of use while they charge, you can plug them in and listen to music while wired. You will be able to control the track and volume and pause and play your media using the buttons on the headphones too.

These Mpow Bluetooth headphones take hands-free calls, which is very useful. Plus, they come with a 45-day money-back guarantee and one and a half-year warranty. Mpow also recommends sitting the earpad slightly on your cheekbone to avoid discomfort after prolonged use.

Small note. however. If you decide to use this pair on your smart TV or computer, you’ll need a separate Bluetooth transmitter.

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5) Mpow D7 Bluetooth Headphones

The Mpow D7 Bluetooth Headphones may look familiar, but this is actually an updated pair with a better battery cycle between 10 and 12 hours. Most of the other design remains with an included special bass technology and fantastic sound quality.

A CSR premium chip and imported wiring help make these Mpow Bluetooth headphones so awesome.

The headphones are also officially sweatproof, making them perfect for a jog, yoga, the gym, or shooting hoops in the backyard. The shape and design help them remain attached to your head with silicone flexing ear hooks equipped for painless use.

These MPow Bluetooth headphones have something incredible, memory foam tips. They’re basically tailer-fit for your ear and improve comfort even more. You’ll feel like a VIP at a resort with these puppies on.

The headphones come with a microphone attachment for hands-free calling as well as a cool round case for extra storage. This case is also easy to transport wherever you may go. On top of this is an unbeatable lifetime warranty!

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6) Mpow Jaws V4.1 Bluetooth Headphones

The Mpow Jaws V4.1 Bluetooth Headphones are perfect for warmer climates or workouts. They come in either purple or black, and they allow you to make hands-free calls on the move. They sit on your neck in an interesting fashion for sure.

Wondering why they’re called “Jaws” possibly? The headphones have a shark-type magnet inside them that attracts to the earplugs. This means when they’re not being used they can be stored by the pull of the magnetic. Just be sure to pul the earphones away from the magnet first.

You can cross town without any bouncing earphones on your chest with no uncomfortable pulling.

You cannot use the wired version well due to possible damage, sadly. However, they are equipped with noise-canceling technology. This will allow for zero distractions as you pump iron or do a light walk to the mailbox.

These Mpow Bluetooth headphones work up to 10 meters from their Bluetooth-connected device. Pairing Bluetooth could not be easier with this model. You can connect using a smartphone, tablet, or laptop. Yet you could just by the headphones.

You’ll just need to merely accept the headphones then! These are among the lightest Mpow Bluetooth headphones around. Plus, they come with an awesome 18-month warranty!

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7) Mpow H7 Bluetooth Headphones

Mpow Bluetooth headphones continue to roll with the proven Mpow H7 Bluetooth Headphones. These headphones are capable of listening to music with “passive noise isolation.” This means it won’t drown out background noise completely.

However, the extra battery life added makes up for this issue.

A cool hands-free calling feature has also been included. The built-in microphone and volume control help with that. It has been built with 40mm finely-tuned driver units and includes a CSR chip. These two parts are influential in providing better sound quality than other branded headphones.

The earmuff aspect has been made with a protein cushion that actually remembers the shape of your ears and rotating cups. Combined with an adjustable headband, these headphones perfectly tailor to your head size and shape.

Pairing the Bluetooth to products are usually seamless. However, with this model connecting to a laptop, PC, or games console is a bit tricky. You’ll need to get your hands on a separate Bluetooth transmitter for these electronics.

All of this quality comes neatly packaged in a convenient and travel-friendly carry bag. These Mpow Bluetooth headphones are great value for money, and well worth the buy.

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8) Mpow H8 Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones

The Mpow H8 Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones are noise-canceling. However, their version is pretty special. This can be so good your girlfriend may consider you deaf if you have them on. Perhaps we just saved you a few arguments here.

Hands-free calling is part of the feature package, so maybe you can enjoy online arguments instead.

If you’re a boss with a busy schedule or someone with unstable hours, then these will be perfect to keep you entertained during weird people times. These Mpow Bluetooth headphones come in a sleek and stylish black and they’ll pair up to any Android or Apple device.

At least you’ll be stylish and never bored, right?

These Bluetooth headphones have soft ear cushions and 90-degree swiveling earcups. This allows the headphones to angle across your head in a position that’s the most comfortable for you. Comfort is included with an extendable, adjustable headband.

This is perfect for the oddly-shaped heads of the world. By the way, does anyone miss the Hey Arnold! TV show?

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9) Mpow H12 Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphones

We know; we know. This does look very familiar but we promise these are different Mpow Bluetooth headphones. This is a heavier pair of headphones and a slightly larger design. It offers wearers the option to cancel background noise and not have annoying noises interrupting your rendition of The Beatles’ Hey Jude.

The ear pads will completely cover your ears to prevent any quality sound being lost. These pads have been considerately manufactured using an extremely soft material.

It allows you to wear them for longer without suffering from pains or aches.

To add to the headphone’s insane levels of comfort, they have been given swiveling earcups and an adjustable headband. They even fold up compactly and slide into the complementary carrying pouch. You can pause your playlist and neatly store them as you enter the office.

They’ll need to be ready in 8 hours when you head home, right?

These Mpow Bluetooth headphones come with incredible 18-hour battery life. They also have the ability to easily switch between the latest single and incoming hands-free calls.

This is on top of the extended warranties they have provided too.

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10) Mpow H1 Bluetooth Headphones

These awesome Mpow H1 Bluetooth Headphones are a change of pace from the numerous black designs. Well, kind of! This Mpow design does offer more aesthetic options but they’re not exactly straying too far from the noir norm. They come in a sleek black and red, a stylish deep black, or a cool gray and black combination.

Phew! Look out, right?

When using these Mpow Bluetooth headphones, you’ll be treated to an HD-quality sound. In fact, it rivals the best headphone manufacturers on the market today. This is due to a 40mm driver combined with an over the ear design to prevent sound loss.

The Mpow H1 is much lighter than other models. It even has an extended battery lifespan between 15 and 20 hours after just a two- to three-hour charge. This is among the biggest in the industry today.

To pair the headphones to your smartphone or other devices, they need to be within a ten-meter range. You’ll simply hold one of the buttons for five seconds or until it lets you know a device has been found.

This design features an array of controls, like the volume, pause, play commands, and track changes.

The built-in microphone allows you to take calls effortlessly. Plus this model is foldable for additional portability. They’ll even throw in one of their awesome carry bags to finalize the deal!

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11) Mpow Cheetah Bluetooth Headphones

The Mpow Cheetah Bluetooth headphones are oddly named to some. Why have they named them after the fastest animals on earth? Well, it’s because they’ve been designed for active use!

These headphones have been made to never fall out when completing strenuous tasks or exercising. If you like to run, hit the squat rack, or do any type of manual labor, these could make things more entertaining for you.

How do they do this?

These Mpow Bluetooth headphones don’t go over the top of your head like usual headphones. Instead, they wrap around the back of your head and they’re streamlined for a secure fit that will never fall or get in the way…usually.

We have identified one weakness in their design, however.

It can be an issue for the frames of sunglasses due to the over the eat aspect of the design. Hikers, bikers, and runners may dislike this. The product also rolls up in a fixed shape, allowing you to avoid the stress of wrestling with wires.

Plus, they’re sweatproof!

These headphones can play your music and take hands-free calls as you exercise and work. There’ll be no lagging or poor connections as the product uses a 4.1 Bluetooth chip to guarantee Hi-Fi CD sound quality.

Another guarantee you’ll love is their standard 45-day-money-back offer. This comes on top of a one and a half year warranty.

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12) Mpow S8 Bluetooth Headphones

The last Mpow Bluetooth headphones are among the lightest options sold. The Mpow S8 model is lightweight due to its activewear use. Their black, stylish, and can be worn around your neck with a magnetic feature that won’t allow you to lose track of them.

The nano-coating design makes them perfect for exercise. In fact, they’re officially recognized as IPX6 Sweatproof. This allows them to take on water/sweat and keep going as long as you need them to.

Their comfortable silicone ears securely stick onto the upper and back part of your ear. In fact, it would take some considerable movement to make them even budge a little bit.

These Mpow Bluetooth headphones also have an HD sound quality, hands-free calling capability, and noise suppression to improve communication. They also have a ten-meter Bluetooth distance, standard among Mpow headphones.

This also comes with a great battery capacity with only two hours needed for a full charge when dead. There is no doubt whatsoever that these Mpow Bluetooth headphones will give you value for the money you pay for them.

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Did We Beat Your Expectations?

We know you Men’s Gear regulars have high expectations from our buyer guides by now. Showing you a ton of options from one brand is always a challenge due to the similar features that run through most of them.

However, the Mpow brand happens to be masters of the Bluetooth headphone craft.

That meant finding and writing on their products was completely easy. We’re geeks for this stuff just like you are, and we were freaking out likely over the same cool features.

We think we managed to select a good dozen Mpow Bluetooth headphones in our buyer’s guide. We wanted to cater to every guy with the headphones above. Whether that is an avid runner, gym rat, college student, or video game enthusiast, there is something there for you.

We hope you managed to find one that sings to your tune! Don’t forget to come back to us soon for more excellent product reviews and light-hearted discussions.

Master & Dynamic’s True Wireless Earbuds Are Badass and Beautiful

Master & Dynamic’s first pair of true wireless earbuds – the MW07s – don’t look like anything else out there. They’re made of stainless steel and handcrafted acetate, the latter being the same material used in high-end sunglasses. Each earbud packs a 10mm beryllium driver to deliver excellent and expansive sound. And the charging case, which charges via USB-C, is made of stainless steel and looks like it’s bulletproof. At $300, the MW07s are almost twice as expensive as Apple’s AirPods, but how do they compare?

The MW07s will be available this September. And you can order the acetate in four different colors: matte black, grey terrazzo, steel blue and tortoiseshell.

The Good: The MW07s look, feel and fit amazing. The earbuds come with swappable silicon earbuds and earwings so I never had any issues with them falling out. The audio quality is very good with a wide soundstage, which I really like. The tactile button controls on the actual earbuds are simple and straightforward to use. And the charging case is excellent; it charges with the same USB-C cable I use with my smartphone laptop, and it has LED lights to indicate its battery life, as well as the battery life of the individual earbuds. They have built-in optical sensors that, similar to AirPods, will play/pause the audio you’re listening to when you place or remove the earbuds from your ears. There’s no app to download or deal with – the MW07s work straight out of the box.

Who They’re For: Anybody who values great sound and design, and is willing to shell out $300 for a pair of true wireless earbuds. They’re OS agnostic, perfectly suited to work with an Android or iPhone. Even they are IPX4, I wouldn’t recommend working out or running in these earbuds.

Watch Out For: The obvious downside is price – the MW07s are at the tippy-top of the price range for true wireless earbuds. Other than that, the only real qualm I had was that a wall adapter wasn’t included in the box, which seems a little ridiculous for a pair of $300 earbuds.

Alternatives: In the $300 price range, there are several premium audio brands making true wireless earbuds. There are the new Sennheiser Momentum Earbuds, which I haven’t tested, as well as B&O’s Beoplay E8. If you’re looking for sport-focused earbuds, I’d recommend Sony’s WF-SP700Ns or Jabra’s Elite Active 65t. However, AirPods are still the best pair of true wireless earbuds, in terms of the total package (which includes price), especially if you have an iPhone.

Review: The most important thing to consider with any true wireless earbuds is fit, because if they don’t fit in your ears, well, they aren’t going to work for you. And pretty much every pair of true wireless earbuds that I’ve tested has fit differently. Jabra’s Elite Active 65t run tight, for example, while Bose’s SoundSport Free kind of hang out of your ears. We know that AirPods don’t fit in everybody’s ears. And for me, I know that something that looks like Bang & Olufsen’s Beoplay E8, they aren’t going to fit me well. Master & Dynamic’s MW07s fit me perfectly.

In the three weeks that I’ve been testing the MW07s I haven’t had one issue with the way they fit. And I don’t think that will be unique to me. Similar to Samsung’s IconX (2nd-gen) and Sony’s WF-SP700Ns, the MW07s take advantage of both silicone eartips and silicone earwings, so they grip in and around the ear cannel. And despite looking a little bulky when you hold in your hands, the MW07s fit neat and tidy; they don’t look they’re hanging out of your ears like Bose’s true wireless earbuds.

The MW07s are built with Master & Dynamic’s signature beryllium drivers and they sound pretty great. I’m not a true audiophile, but if you pressed me I’d say that the MW07s produce a slightly wider soundstage than AirPods – midrange and high frequencies are crisp and clear – but I’d also have to concede that the difference in sound quality between them and AirPods is subtle, hardly night and day. And that’s not a knock on the MW07s, but more of a testament to how great Apple’s two-year-old wireless earbuds still are.

Forget the high price tag of the MW07s for a second and, I swear, these are my favorite true wireless earbuds that I’ve tested.

Yes, a key feature of the MW07s is their excellent sound quality, but, for me, these earbuds are more about style and flair – “personality” – which they have heaps of. The MW07s are gorgeous, obviously, with an exterior made of beautiful acetate. The MW07s that I tested (which are photographed in this article) are grey terrazo, which I liked but if I could do it all over again I would probably opt for the steel blue; those look really special. And because the exteriors are cut from sheets of acetate, each earbud is going to look a bit different. So that’s neat.

Another standout feature is the charging case, which is made out of stainless steel and looks like a badass bullet case. Yes, it looks cool but it also feels better designed than pretty much all other charging cases that I’ve encountered. That’s because it has three LED lights built into its front, which light up different colors depending on its battery level. Green is full charged. Red is dead. And yellow is somewhere in-between. Also, the left- and right-most LED lights represents the power level of the left and right earbuds, while the middle LED light shows the battery level of the case. Again, it’s thoughtful and well-designed.

In terms of functionality, the MW07s just work. And I love that about them. They connect like any other Bluetooth device – there’s no quick pair feature, unfortunately – and from there they have built-in optical sensors and can automatically start/stop when you place or remove the earbuds from your earbuds, just like AirPods. There’s no app to deal with, which I found a godsend, although this also means that there’s no “Find My Earbuds” feature or the ability to tweak the earbuds’ EQ settings.

Forget the high price tag of the MW07s for a second and, I swear, these are my favorite true wireless earbuds that I’ve tested. They work and fit extremely well, plus the look and design of these blow AirPods and pretty much all other true wireless AirPods out of the water. Yes, $300 is very expensive, especially when you consider that the sound quality isn’t that much better/different than AirPods ($159) of Jabra’s Elite Active 65t ($180). However, you’re paying for more than just sound quality with MW07s. You’re paying for style and personality (and the higher-end materials). And just like some people will never understand buying a t-shirt that costs $50 when they can get “virtually” the same thing for $12, there will also be people who will never comprehend shelling out $300 for a pair true wireless earbuds.

Verdict: The MW07s feel refreshingly uncompromising. They’re beautiful and badass (especially with the charging case), and if you don’t like the expansive sound signature that Master & Dynamic is know for – well, tough luck. They are easy to use and will fit most people’s ears. The inclusion of the USB Type-C charging port makes them feel modern.

As far as the price, $300 is very expensive, especially when you consider that the sound quality isn’t that much different than AirPods ($159). However, you’re paying for more than just sound quality with MW07s. You’re paying for style and personality, and the high-end materials, of course. And if you value all that stuff, you’ll probably be over the moon with these MW07s.

Key Specs

Drivers: 10mm beryllium
Battery: 3.5-hour per earbud, 10 hours from the charging case
Connectivity: Bluetooth 4.2
Water Resistance: IPX4
Charge: USB Type-C
App: none

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Can Knockoff AirPods Challenge the Real Deal? We Had to Know


e can go on and on about how great Apple AirPods ($159) are and how they’re arguably Apple’s best first-generation product ever. (Better than the first iPod or the first iPhone? Possibly.) The fact that they were released in 2016 and, without being updated or replaced by a second-generation product, are still the most popular true wireless earbuds out there speaks volumes.

Of course, in the roughly two years since Apple released its AirPods, there have been quite a few other true wireless earbuds that have been also hit the market. Many are good, with different features, styles, fits and sound signatures that some people will definitely prefer over Apple’s AirPods. It’s well documented that AirPods don’t fit in everybody’s ears, for example, and I still wouldn’t work out with my AirPods; they’re not sweat-resistant.

Most of the best true wireless earbuds are in the $150 to $200 price range, so at $159, Apple’s AirPods are right in the middle of the pack. Still, they aren’t cheap. And if you lose or break one, that’s gonna run you another $69. If you really want AirPods, but don’t want to pay that much, there are other options out there. You’ve probably seen them while scrolling through the product purgatory that can be AirPods selling for a fraction of their normal price. Only they’re not AirPods at all. They’re knockoffs. Fake AirPods.

You won’t see many knockoffs that look like Bose’s, B&O’s or even Jabra’s true wireless earbuds. You will see a lot of AirPod lookalikes, however; imitation is the highest form of flattery. These knockoffs are made by companies that you’ve likely never heard of — I hadn’t — but because they’re super cheap, some starting at just over $10, you might be tempted to pull the trigger and click “Add to Cart.” So should you? What’s the catch?

The thing with these AirPod knockoffs, or so I realized after researching them, is that they disappear. Vanish. You can save a product page and then come back to it a day later, sometimes even less, and there’s a “404 error” page and you’re meeting one of Amazon’s many beautiful dogs. Is it sketchy? Absolutely.

Still, I was intrigued enough to pull the trigger and purchase three sets of knockoff AirPods. All were priced between $20 and $30 and made by companies, likely fake, that I had never heard of: “Gianny,” “To Toplay” and “Chyu.” When they arrived and I started to play around with them, it became apparent that despite looking different and coming in different packaging, all three knockoffs were made by the same company.

When pairing, they all were named either “TWS-i7” or “tws-i7.” They were all much bigger than AirPods — probably double the size — and had one “multifunction” button on the side of each earbud. These buttons were used to pair the earbuds, as well as to play/pause and skip tracks. The instruction manuals that came with each knockoff pair were all a bit different, with amusing grammatical mistakes. “Dust-proof mesh” was advertised as a key feature in all of them, which was hilarious.

AirPods Vs Knockoff AirPods: The Big Differences

Not small. Each knockoff AirPod was roughly twice the size of an AirPod. Basically, unless you’ve never seen an AirPod before, nobody is going mistake these knockoffs for real AirPods. In fact, you might even get some more awkward gazes; people looking at you and thinking, “that doesn’t look right.”

Lights? Different from Apple AirPods, all three knockoff pairs had lights built into each individual earbud. These lights flickered blue and red every few seconds. It wasn’t super noticeable in the daylight, but it was a different story when the lights went out.

No quick pairing. None of the knockoff AirPods had Apple’s W1 chip to help instantly pair with my iPhone. To pair, I had to go the old school route through Bluetooth Settings.

Physical buttons. None of the knockoff AirPods had optical sensors, so they wouldn’t automatically turn on and off when I put them in or took them out of my ears. To turn each earbud on or off, I had to manually press and hold the “multifunction” button.

Less charge. The battery life of each earbud was not extraordinary, lastly around 1.5 hours, which is half as good as what you’d get with Apple’s AirPods.

Zero bass. As for as sound quality, none sounded quite as good as Apple’s AirPods. Sound quality was passable, but there was a notable lack of any kind of bass.

No Lightning port. The AirPod knockoffs that come with a charging case require a micro-USB connection, so you won’t be able to use your Lightning cable. These are definitely not “MFi-certified” by Apple.

Editor’s Note: As stated before, none of the Amazon links to the below knockoff AirPods are still live — they all direct to “404 error” pages. This underlines the sketchy nature of even shopping for fake AirPods. All the below links point to an Amazon search page. The below prices reflect what I paid for each knockoff AirPods.

AirPod Knockoffs #1: To Toplay Wireless Earbuds

Thoughts: Of the three knockoffs, these were probably the most AirPod-like, as they came with a charging case and were white. Pairing was seamless and straightforward. The multifunction button worked well; a tap on either earbud played/paused the music, while a longer press would skip tracks.

Should You Buy? No. These earbuds are still huge. Plus they light up blue and red, so very few people are going to mistake these for AirPods.

AirPod Knockoffs #2: Chya Earbuds Mini Twins

Thoughts: I had the most trouble with these knockoffs. Pairing them to my iPhone was a nightmare. Despite it being the same pairing process as the other knockoffs, these individual earbuds didn’t want to play together, and it took me numerous attempts to get the audio playing out of both earbuds. The multi-function button on either earbud was erratic; most times a short press would skip tracks instead of play/pause. Also, these knockoffs didn’t come with a charging case. Instead, the earbuds were loose in the box and required a pin-like dongle, which I needed to stick into the bottom of each earbud to charge. It was bizarre.

Should You Buy? Please no. Hard pass.

AirPod Knockoffs #3: Gianny Bluetooth Earbuds

Thoughts: There’s a niche market for black AirPods and, if you’re willing pay extra, companies like ColorWare will professionally paint them for you. So, in that sense, these knockoffs are decently neat, but they’re essentailly just black versions of the To Toplay earbuds (knockoffs #1). They’re large and come with a bulky charging case. The biggest difference, however, is that these knockoffs came with a set of silicone wingtips, so I could make each earbud fit more securely; it’s a nice a little add-on if you’re going to exercise with these knockoffs.

Should You Buy? Not unless you are desperate. Although these were probably the pick of the bunch (the extra silicone tips push the scale in their favor), the black colorway doesn’t make them look any cooler in your ear — in fact, they stand out even more.

This Travel Adapter Changed the Way I Use AirPods

When Twelve South announced its nifty little travel accessory, the AirFly ($40), last month, I honestly couldn’t wait to get my hands on one. Its promise was big. It allowed anybody to listen to in-flight movies with AirPods. Previously, you’d have to use a wired headphone — most likely the cheap ones that Delta provides — and plug it into the 3.5mm jack in the armrest or next to the monitor to hear those movies. Not with the AirFly. After an initial pairing process that takes less than 20 seconds, you can plug the AirFly into that said headphone jack and listen to those yet-to-be-released airplane flicks with your AirPods. Beautiful.

As somebody who loves their AirPods — I’m on my second pair after leaving my first set in a California hotel room, but I digress — the AirFly excited me, though not for the reasons you might think. I don’t fly often, so the prospect of using AirFly and my AirPods on an airplane didn’t totally do it for me. Instead, I wanted to see how AirFly changed the way I play video games.

You won’t catch me in big eSports tournaments or anything like that, but I do dabble in the dark arts of a Nintendo Switch and an Xbox One. For the past few weeks, I’ve been using the AirPlay and my AirPods to play both games — and there are pros and cons to both. The Nintendo Switch really lends itself to the AirPlay. The handheld console doesn’t have Bluetooth built-in — a surprising omission, actually — so you need wired headphones if you don’t want everyone around you to hear everything. And the AirFly works seamlessly with the Switch; after pairing with the AirPods, I just plugged the AirFly into the Switch’s headphone jack and was good to go. Boom.

But I expected the AirFly to work well with the Switch. Going into my testing I really wanted to know was whether the AirFly would work with Xbox One — if I plugged it into a controller, would I be able to use my AirPods while playing Xbox Live with friends? The answer is “yes,” but mostly “no.”

I tried the AirFly with two different Xbox One controllers — a new controller with a 3.5mm jack and an older one that required a headset adapter ($25). Both worked pretty much the same: the AirPods could play the game’s auto and I could hear my friends, but the built-in microphone didn’t work, so my friends couldn’t hear me. This wasn’t entirely unexpected, as AirPods have been known to have some issues when paired with some non-iPhone smartphones — but still, this was a bit of a bummer.

At the time of testing, I was also playing around with the Oculus Go, the company’s new portable VR headset. It has a 3.5mm jack for audio, so I was able to use the AirFly (and my AirPods) while watching the World Cup and playing ‘Settlers of Catan’ in virtual reality. I know that the AirFly was designed specifically to allow people to listen to their AirPods on flights, but I found some other uses. True, I wasn’t able to replace my current gaming headset with your AirPods — most serious gamers wouldn’t dream of doing this anyway — but you can’t blame me for trying. I just like AirPods too damn much.

Editor’s Note: It’s worth noting that the AirPlay isn’t a revolutionary product. There are other Bluetooth receivers on the market that can essentially do the same job. However, the AirFly is specifically marketed for AirPods and has an instruction guide that’s specifically geared to help AirPod owners pair their AirPods — what to press, and for how long, etc. It’s just easier, and I appreciate that.

Marshall Mid A.N.C. Noise Cancelling Headphones

Renowned amp maker Marshall has just introduced its first active noise canceling headphones. Mid A.N.C. mixes superior audio with modern technology in the brand’s iconic rock’n’roll package.

Packing custom-tuned, 40 mm dynamic drivers that deliver a robust and clear sound with “just the right amount of bass,” the new pair of cans offers up to 20 hours of wireless playtime when active noise canceling and Bluetooth are engaged or 30+ hours without ANC (time to full recharge is 3 Hours). In typical Marshall fashion, a multi-directional knob lets you conveniently control your music and phone functionality, while 3D hinges allow for an ergonomic fit.

The headphones also feature two built-in passive noise reduction microphones and let you connect and share audio via the empty 3.5 mm socket with someone else when listening to music wirelessly. They are collapsible for traveling and come with a guitar-inspired case that features a lush velvet red lining and a durable vinyl shell. Available only in black, of course.

Buy From Marshall Headphones $269

Audeze Mobius 3D Audio Headphones

The Mobius 3D Audio Headphones by Audeze promise to change the way people experience games and movies. Optimized for the way your brain processes sound, the wireless cans deliver fully immersive 3D cinematic audio.

Combining Audeze’s award-winning planar magnetic technology with head-tracking (an accelerometer and gyro), room emulation, and sound localization technologies, the 350 g (12 oz) Mobius headphones unlock the full potential of gaming audio. They also pack a digital signal processor, a balanced amp, a lithium polymer battery good for over 10 hours of use per charge, detachable microphone with separate volume control, and three source input methods: Bluetooth, USB, and 3.5mm analog. Available in black with details in copper or blue.

Buy From Audeze/Indiegogo $270

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